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Training Opportunities Coming up in Yorkshire

We offer training on the historic environment. Courses are free for Local Authority, regional and national organisation's staff.

The latest training opportunities in Yorkshire are below and you can find out more about other courses here.

  • Introduction to the Historic Environment for Planners
    Gain confidence in weighing up the impact on significance to heritage in planning applications and ensuring the historic environment is appropriately considered in local plans.
    Thursday 22 September 2016, Huddersfield
  • Conservation Area Management
    Learn about the important role of a conservation area survey, and how it can be used to underpin management priorities at a local level.
    Thursday 6 October 2016, Dewsbury
  • Management of Historic Parks, Gardens and Cemeteries
    Learn how to assess and articulate the significance of parks, gardens and cemeteries.
    Thursday 9 March 2017
  • Assessing Heritage Significance
    Understanding the value and potential of heritage assets in planning. The concept of 'heritage significance' is the foundation for heritage-led regeneration and the sustainable development of the historic environment. This hands-on course will help you assess the value of heritage assets.
    Tuesday 17 January 2017

For more information on any of the above courses contact the training delivery team on

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HELM Town Centres course in Sheffield
HELM Town Centres course in Sheffield © Historic England
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